BUSINESS CHECKING

A Business Checking Account can become the basis for developing a total banking relationship that utilizes other Greenville National commercial services. The cost of our Business Checking Account is determined by the amount of monthly activity in your account, and by your monthly minimum balance and the “earnings credit” it generates. Click here for our rates.
  • $100.00 minimum deposit to open account
  • Monthly maintenance fee of $4.00 and $ .10 per check written or deposited
  • Earnings Credit - $3.00 for each $1,000 minimum monthly account balance maintained
  • Monthly statement 
  • Direct Deposit available 
  • Debit card available upon approval
  • Internet Banking with Bill Pay
  • GNB Infoline Banking 

INVESTMENT CHECKING

The checking plan that pays you interest. Earn competitive market rates and pay no monthly maintenance fee, if minimum balances are maintained. Statements are issued monthly. Automated Teller Machine (ATM) access available. Corporations and Partnerships for Profit are not eligible. Click here for our rates.
  • $750.00 minimum deposit to open account
  • Interest compounded daily and credited monthly.
  • Balances of $750.00 and above earn interest, rates subject to change at management's discretion
  • 40 free checks per month. Each additional check will be charged a $.25 service charge fee.
  • Daily balance that falls below $750.00, earns no interest, and will be charged a $10.00 per month service charge fee.
  • Monthly statement
  • Direct Deposit available 
  • Debit card available upon approval
  • Internet Banking with Bill Pay
  • GNB Infoline Banking 

SWEEP ACCOUNT

A sweep account is an account set up at the bank where the funds are automatically managed between a primary cash account and secondary investment account. A sweep account is a combination of two or more accounts at the bank. It is useful in managing a steady cash flow between a cash account used to write checks and an investment account where the cash is able to accrue an interest return. Unused funds are "swept overnight" from the primary cash account into an investment account secured by government securities, then swept back to the primary account as funds are needed. Contact us for more details.